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2010-09-03 USB MCU touts low power consumption
Microchip expanded its 8-bit and USB microcontroller (MCU) line with the PIC18F47J53. Featuring "XLP technology" for eXtreme Low Power Consumption, the new MCU offers up to 128KB flash program memory and 4KB RAM, giving plenty of code space for Microchip's free USB stack and for application code.
2007-09-24 Small form factor MCU doubles flash code space
Silicon Laboratories Inc. has doubled the flash code space to 16kB on its latest small form factor 8bit MCU series dubbed the C8051F336
2003-09-30 Silicon Labs to purchase MCU manufacturer
Silicon Laboratories has signed a definitive agreement to acquire Cygnal Integrated Products Inc., a manufacturer of 8-bit microcontrollers
2002-09-24 Sharp unveils 8-bit MCU for reduced clock cycles
Sharp Microelectronics' 8-bit, 8051-based microcontroller can execute an instruction in two clock cycles instead of 12
2004-01-08 Off-the-shelf MCU tweaked for ASIC-like duty
As the business models of standard-product IC companies evolve, a gray area is forming between the once clearly defined territories of MCUs and ASICs.
2002-04-15 Motorola unveils 16-bit flash MCU duo
Motorola Inc.'s Semiconductor Products Sector has introduced two 16-bit flash microcontrollers, bringing to 10 the number of such devices spun from its HCS12 architecture, which is especially popular among automakers
2016-01-06 Explore 8-bit, 32-bit MCU options for IoT apps
Choosing MCU architecture can't be distilled into one or two bullet points. However, making the best decision isn't hard once you have the right information and are willing to spend a little time applying it
2006-01-16 Eight-bit MCUs claim half the automobile
As the backbone of most automotive network systems, the 8bit MCU is hardly on its way out
2003-04-04 AVR242: 8-bit Microcontroller Multiplexing LED Drive and a 4x4 Keypad
This application note describes a comprehensive system providing a 4x4 keypad as input into a Real Time Clock/Timer with two outputs.
2005-10-28 8bit MCU line from Freescale adds more integration for under $1
Freescale Semiconductor expanded its line of 8-bit MCU chips with the launch of its S08QG family of highly integrated devices.
2005-04-28 8-bit MCU with 17 I/O ports
Expanding its portfolio of VFD 8-bit MCUs, Holtek released a new type of Mask ROM MCU device with a program memory capacity of 2K and data memory capacity of 96 bytes.
2003-06-26 32-bit segment to drive MCU growth
Bolstered by strong growth in the 32-bit segment, overall sales of MCUs are expected to rise 11 percent this year
2003-09-11 STMicro MCU has 10MIPS peak performance
STMicroelectronics has introduced the Turbo ?PSD3300 series of its ?PSD family of 8051-class embedded Flash microcontrollers.
2003-02-26 STMicro expands 8-bit Flash MCU line
The company has expanded its ST7Lite series of 8-bit Flash MCUs with the introduction of the ST7FLite1 and ST7FLite2 units
2005-09-02 RAD-HARD 8051 MCU mates with Honeywell MRAM
Silicon Laude launched what's claimed to be the first radiation-hardened and radiation-tolerant MCS8051 instruction-compatible MCUs that can directly interface with Honeywell's new HXNV-0100 64k x 16 radiation-hardened MRAM.
2003-08-01 Product development solution suits 8-bit MCUs
NEC Electronics America Inc. has announced new product development boards for its 8-bit K0 and K0S MCU line.
2005-08-03 PLD vendor releases open IP core soft MCU
In a move to drive user development of its new 8-bit soft microcontroller core, Lattice is offering an open IP core license that eliminates the boundaries found in free reference designs that restricts the use of IP
2002-06-19 PIC MCU family gets flashy
A PICmicro Flash MCU from Microchip Technology Inc., the PIC16F72, is code- and pinout-compatible with the company's ROM-based PIC16CR72 and OTP PIC16C72A microcontrollers
2003-09-26 Philips MCUs offered in 8-, 14-pin packages
Royal Philips Electronics has introduced two families of 8-bit microcontrollers that are designed for cost-conscious, high volume embedded apps
2003-05-12 Philips launches 32-bit ARM7TDMI-S MCU line
Philips Semiconductors has launched the first three members of a new family of microcontrollers based on a 32-bit ARM7TDMI-S processor core
2003-10-20 Philips expands low-cost MCU family
Royal Philips Electronics has released two members of its low cost ARM-based microcontroller family.
2010-10-19 New MCU/MPU modules, peripherals debut
Freescale releases new processor modules, peripheral modules for Tower System development platform
2002-11-18 NetSilicon 32-bit MCU targets 16-bit slots
NetSilicon hopes to grab microcontroller slots from 16-bit devices with a stripped-down 32-bit ARM7TDMI-based MCU
2003-04-28 NEC MCU enables real-time processing apps
The V850E/MA3 MCU from NEC Electronics operates at 80MHz and is capable of executing 106 Dhrystone1.1 MIPS
2003-09-15 Motorola MCU speeds up LIN bus development
Motorola Inc. Semiconductor Product Sector has expanded its 8-bit HC08 "Q-LIN" family with a LIN-slave device, the 68HC908QL4
2002-09-11 Motorola MCU integrates USB, RF capabilities
The 68HC908JB16 8-bit Flash MCU from Motorola Inc.'s Semiconductor Products Sector features integrated USB capability to support peripherals such as keyboards, mice, and wireless PC peripherals.
2002-04-02 Motorola Flash MCU enables direct connection to LCDs
The 68HC908LJ12 8-bit Flash microcontroller features an advanced LCD driver architecture enabling the device to be directly connected to LCD panels
2004-06-16 Microchip MCU reduces component count, board space
Microchip Technology announced what it claims as the world's smallest microcontroller in 6-pin packages.
2010-11-15 MCU startup gets VC funding from ARM, Cisco
New microcontroller developer Ambiq Micro Inc. reports its has received $2.4 million in venture capital funding from ARM Holdings plc, Cisco Inc. and other investors.
2005-06-06 MCU provides large memory space
Holtek's new MCU contains 4K of OTP Program Memory and 192 bytes of General Purpose Data Memory, providing the user with a flexible and large app memory space for more complicated apps with larger data requirements
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